Many of us have found ourselves in a situation where we have to defend our faith in God and the Bible. Every time you “give an answer” to someone you are practicing what is called “Apologetics,” a word that comes from the ancient Greek word “Apologia” meaning apology. Not to be confused with the modern sense of the word “to say you’re sorry for something,” but rather an apology in the ancient sense of the word “to make a reasoned defense of something or someone”. Historically, the word apology referred to a lawyer’s case made on behalf of his client.
As you “give an answer,” Eric Hovind of Creation Today encourages you to know the ultimate goal of your “Apologetic.”
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